Spiritual Enrichment and Character Development, together with Academic Excellence, are the cornerstone of our whole-child approach to education. Blessed Sacrament School endeavors to provide opportunities for service and faith development for all students.Through these programs, students develop a sincere appreciation for the virtues of generosity, compassion, gratitude, and fortitude. By witnessing the needs of others in both our local and global communities, students develop a sense of purpose and an appreciation for their own gifts as well as the gifts of others. 

Spiritual Enrichment at Blessed Sacrament School includes

  • Masses, including All Saints Day, Mary Mass, monthly Masses sponsored by grades, Annual Outdoor Mass, 
  • Sacraments of Reconciliation and First Communion
  • Peer Ministry
  • Adoration
  • Rosary
  • Catholic Schools Week
  • Religious Retreats
  • Catholics in Action (grades 6-8)
  • Kids 4 Christ
  • Annual Christmas Nativity and Christmas Show

Character Development at Blessed Sacrament School includes

  • Community service, including food drives, clothing drives, and student-driven casual days to raise money for charities
  • Character Trait of the Month and the monthly celebration of students who exhibit these character traits
  • Mentoring programs, including Book Buddies (grades K-6) and Middle School Mentoring for Grade 5 students
  • Campus Peer Ministry (grades 6-8)
  • Anit-bullying program
  • What's it Like, a disability awareness program
  • Just Five Days (www.just5days.org), a five-day experience of service, hands-on learning activities, prayer and liturgy, and community building designed for groups of middle school youth and their adult leaders from Catholic parishes and schools.